Be Forward Wanderers have not received documents for the bus which they won in the Luso Television Bus Ipite Bonanza three months ago.
Wanderers Vice General Secretary, Chris Kananji, said they have lost patience with the organisers over the matter.
“We have been reminding Luso TV on several occasions but they have been playing hide-and-seek. We have information that they owe the clearing agent, Allied Freight Services, and that is why the agents have not released the documents,” Kananji claimed.
Unconfirmed reports indicate that Luso TV owes the agent K7 million.
However, Luso TV Station Manager, Dick Juma, was unable to grant The Daily Times an interview Thursday, saying he was in a meeting.
Allied Freight Services representative, Elijah Masiye, said he wanted to consult his boss before commenting on the matter.
A day after the bonanza, the bus broke down while on its way from Lilongwe to Blantyre with the Nomads players on board.
Luso TV paid for the cost for the repair.
Wanderers won the bus after beating Nyasa Big Bullets 5-1 over two legs.
Luso TV pocketed K48 million in gate revenue in the second leg played at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.